Shining 3D adds more metals 3D printing to its range

Published 13 November 2019

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: 3d printing, additive manufacturing, metals, sls, shining 3d

Exhaust pipe printed in nickel alloy on the EP-M250 Pro

Shining 3D has launched its latest additive manufacturing solution, the dual-laser equipped, 262 x 262 x 350mm build area EP-M250 Pro.

Built for producing medium-sized batch parts, Shining 3D say that it it designed for non-stop operation and has an innovative gas flow management and optimised filter system for a stable building environment.

The company also suggest that it has high material consumption rates, although we’ll have to wait till its full launch later this month to find out more.


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